16.2 / 22.8 = .71 - 1 = A 29% increase in 12 months
"When Planning Director Sue Schwartz saw the most recent 1-year estimate released by the Census for the city of Greensboro last month, she was astonished.
Jordan Green probably didn't know how to come up with the statistic
The latest numbers show the poverty rate jumping by 6.6 points from 2015 to 2016, from 16.2 percent to 22.8 percent."
Some of the uniformed may want to know who would benefit
from the public not knowing what they should
a week before an election...
Nancy and Don Vaughan's White Street Landfill racket, never reported by @NewsandRecord or @RhinoTimesGso https://t.co/mysw57qB49— Abner Doon (@Aenbrnood) October 27, 2017
And the rest of City Council,
including the appointed Tony Wilkins, Goldie Wells and Justin Outling